Opinion of the ERAC Standing Working Group on Open Science and Innovation (SWG OSI) on future Open Science and Open Innovation priorities in the European Research Area (2020-2030)

« (…) Main results are that there is much more attention to Open Science than Open Innovation in national policies, in particular in regard to the writing and implementation of national and institutional plans. Behind the obvious diversity of paths and paces towards Open Science there are strong thematic convergences that emerge in Europe.Most actions that have been initiated during the last years are still on track, being of a processual nature rather than punctual initiatives. They mostly relate to the development of Open Research Data infrastructures and the implementation of Open Access mandates, while changes in copyright legislation or development of a responsible -supporting rather than constraining Open Science and Open Innovation -evaluation of researchers seem to concern only a few countries. Only a few ones have dedicated specific attention to Citizen Science policies. (…) »

source > consilium.europa.eu, David Ágota, NIINIMÄKI Sami, LIZÉE Marie-Pascale, 01 avril 2020